The attorney, who has become notorious for defending high-profile names like Jussie Smollett, Colin Kaepernick, Winona Ryder and Scott Peterson, has been ousted at CNN.
"I'll tell you who did end up being an agent of Putin, an agent of Russia in his effort to divide America and to destabilize our democracy, it is all these people who have been pushing this story," Steve Hilton said.
Political commentator condemns president for his continuing attacks against "national hero" who died last August.
"I tried something novel," the Daily Caller reporter responded.
"My view is that every vote matters," the presidential candidate said. "And the way we can make that happen is that we can have national voting, and that means get rid of the Electoral College."
"White supremacists pose a threat to the United States like any other terrorist group, like ISIS, like al Qaeda and leadership starts at the top. And that means you've got to call it out," Warren said.
"Tonight our grassroots movement has a chance to tell our story and talk about the big ideas we're fighting for," Warren tweeted.
"It's striking to see what's on the president's mind today. Comedy show reruns he doesn't like or think aren't funny, lashing out at a genuine American hero. Is anyone else at the White House today addressing the actual pressing issues in the world?," Cabrera said during a segment on "CNN Newsroom."
CNN's "where they should be working, along with their lowest rated anchor, Shepard Smith!" Trump tweeted.
CNN conservative political commentators Ben Ferguson and Tara Setmayer's discussion on President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration quickly descended into an incoherent yelling match.
"Own it! Own it!" Conway said.
"She never answers a question. She berates you. She is condescending," CNN's Don Lemon said.
Scandals such as the alleged college admissions cheating scheme work in the president's favor despite his hypocrisy, Lemon suggested.
"They won't apologize. Stop asking," Cuomo said. "[Carlson and Pirro] want to press the divide. They want to attack what most want to protect."
"Sanders is not going to want to say something from the podium that might get her hauled into the special counsel's office," Acosta said.
Pete Buttigieg, the South Bend, Indiana, mayor who's running for president, asked how Vice President Mike Pence could allow himself to be "the cheerleader of the porn star presidency. Is it that he stopped believing in Scripture when he started believing in Donald Trump?"
The Hawaii Democrat suggested Ilhan Omar was alluding to a "deeper issue related to our foreign policy."
"One of my friends says that we have a criminal justice system that treats you better if you are rich and guilty than if you are poor and innocent, there are people from neighborhoods like mine in America who get convictions for doing things that two of the last three presidents admitted to doing," Booker said.
"She is as bad of a liar as her father is," another CNN panelist said.
"This has been a long-running problem that Fox has had with the Democratic party, they have viewed them as not a legitimate news organization and they haven't wanted to do debates with them," USA Today columnist Kristen Powers said.
"What is Jared Kushner's expertise in Middle East peace?" CNN anchor Cooper asked. "And what is Ivanka Trump's expertise in anything?"
Stelter said Fox News' close relationship with Trump "could be called, not state-run TV, but state-supported, state-sponsored television."
"The Democrats are now preparing to pounce," said David Gergen, a former White House adviser to four presidents.
"These Republican lawmakers have decided to put one man, Donald Trump, before everything else," S.E. Cupp alleged.
"That sounds a lot like a certain leader that killed members of my family and about six million other Jews in the 1940s," Samantha Vinograd said.